Delhi Capitals Secure 3rd Consecutive Win, seals top spot in points table

Delhi Capitals extend their 2-match-winning momentum to 3 wins against the Gujarat Giants in the 10th match of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2024 in a comprehensive manner, handing a straight 4th loss for the Gujarat Giants this season.

Delhi Capitals Secure 3rd Consecutive Win, seals top spot in points table
Delhi Capitals Secure 3rd Consecutive Win, seals top spot in points table

Delhi got off to a flying start courtesy of Meg Lanning and Alice Capsey after losing an early wicket of Shafali Verma to Meghna Singh. The Capitals went on to score 51 runs in the powerplay making it 8 times out of 12 that they cross the 50-run mark in the powerplay. En route to her 2nd WPL fifty this season, Meg Lanning crossed the 9000 T20 runs mark in only 289 innings.

Fastest to 9000 Runs in Women’s T20s (by Innings)

289* – Meg Lanning

297 – Sophie Devine

299 – Beth Mooney

323 – Suzie Bates

Delhi Capitals went on to score 163 runs for the loss of 8 wickets which could have been 15-20 runs more but an amazing spell of 4-0-37-4 from Meghna Singh made sure the runs were not scored at a brisk rate.

Best bowling figures for Gujarat Giants:

Kim Garth – 5/36 (4.0) v UP Warrioz, 2023

Meghna Singh – 4/37 (4.0) v Delhi Capitals, 2024

Ashleigh Gardner – 3/31 (4.0) v Royal Challengers Bangalore, 2023

Ashleigh Gardner – 3/34 (4.0) v Mumbai Indians, 2023

Kim Garth – 2/18 (4.0) v Delhi Capitals, 2023

Best bowling figures v Delhi Capitals:

Meghana Singh – 4/37 (4.0), 2024

Hayley Matthews – 3/5 (4.0), 2023

Issy Wong – 3/10 (4.0), 2023

Saika Ishaque – 3/13 (3.0), 2023

Hayley Matthews – 3/19 (4.0), 2023

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The 2nd inning started with 2 maidens courtesy of debutant Titas Sadhu and pacer Shikha Pandey, this was the first such instance in the WPL, and the Gujarat Giants also lost the key wicket of Laura Wolvaardt with zero runs on board.

Gujarat Giants batters were able to get starts but weren’t able to convert them into a 50 or more score which eventually was not sufficient enough for the Gujarat team to chase down the target.

It was a clinical performance from the Delhi bowlers with amazing spells from Radha Yadav (4-0-20-3) who is also the purple cap holder now and Jess Jonassen(4-0-22-3). Delhi was able to close the match easily, winning it by 25 runs, and will play the rest of the matches in their home ground in Delhi.

Largest win in WPL 2024 in terms of runs

DC Women by 25 runs VS GG Women

DC Women by 25 runs VS RCB Women

RCB Women by 2 runs VS UPW Women

Leading wicket-takers this season

Radha Yadav – 7 wickets (4)

Amelia Kerr – 7 wickets (4)

Jess Jonassen – 6 wickets (2)

Marizanne Kapp – 6 wickets (3)

Sophie Ecclestone – 6 wickets (4)


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